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Comments to Peter Joseph on reading the introduction to his new book

Peter Joseph’s new book – The New Human Rights Movement Introduction and themes Hi Peter, Agree with you Peter that the issues are structural, and they are far deeper than the introduction gives any indication of. Several aspects to those … Continue reading

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Comments on a Facebook post by Sam Mahon

Dam Mahon’s Facebook post of a letter to David Caygill A good read Sam, and from my perspective contains both shared values and incompleteness. I’ve known David Caygill, Richard Prebble and Roger Douglas for over 30 years, not bosom buddies, … Continue reading

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AI and my issues with the Asilomar AI Principles

ANG – AI-Robotics continued – 23 principles for AI safety Reference to Hawking Musk endorse 23 principles for AI safety I have no reasonable doubt that AI will be sapient at some stage. I have a lot of issues with … Continue reading

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Doomsday Clock

What is the Doomsday Clock and why should we keep track of the time? The Doomsday Clock was shifted on January 26, 2017 from three minutes to midnight to a new setting of two and a half minutes to midnight … Continue reading

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Money Guide

The Truth About Your Future: The Money Guide You Need Now, Later, and Much Later New York Times bestselling author and legendary investment guru Ric Edelman reveals his forward-thinking guide on how technology and science will reshape the way we … Continue reading

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Ideapod – Trimtab

Ideapod – “Call me TrimTab” – Bucky That only looks at one aspect of stability, the ultra stable vessel. There is an infinite spectrum of stability. Family saloon cars tend to be designed with stability in mind, it takes effort … Continue reading

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Evonomics – Economic paradigms

Adam Smith, Karl Marx, and Charles Darwin: A New Economic Paradigm The Piketty debate exposed the dysfunction in economics Interesting article as far as it goes, and I agree with all of Swami’s additions, and even when those are included, … Continue reading

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